What if we looked at the recent telco cloud deals through Roseboro-tinted glasses?
A longtime market watcher reacts to the new AT&T and Microsoft cloud arrangement with a measure of surprise and a few more questions.
Dish went all-in with AWS. Nokia is splitting its time and attention between the three leading cloud providers. Contributing analyst Roz Roseboro looks at the merits of the approach and how it lines up with each cloud provider's strengths.
This isn't your typical telco-cloud partnership, but it might be the most interesting of all, given Dish's greenfield status and a handful of unanswered questions, writes contributing analyst Roz Roseboro.
Some offer predictions and prognostications. Our former cloud analyst steps in with her reactions and reminds us that moving critical telco systems to the public cloud for telcos is a considerable challenge.
A recent announcement from SKT prompts a few questions about how committed telcos are to radical network transformations.
Latency is a big reason for application performance issues, but there are several varied factors that could make or break a telco business case for edge computing.
Telcos and cloud providers are both customers and competitors. The move to 5G commercialization and private networks could deepen all sides of these complicated relationships.
Will having the same team develop and manage cloud-native service provider applications result in smoother, more efficient operations in the long run?
Network operators require a single common infrastructure to simplify operations and cut costs. But is there a single right answer to that problem?
The Cloud Native World program last week offered evidence of progressive telco thinking and the same old barriers to faster adoption of cloud-native architectures.
A former cloud insider returns, with an outside-in, peek-behind-the-curtain look at the telco industry's road to becoming more cloud native.